802.11n’s time has already come and gone. With more 802.11ac devices and routers hitting the market each day, this newer, faster, and all-around-better Wi-Fi standard is gaining more ground each day.
TP-LINK has joined the fray with its Archer C7 802.11ac router. Sporting dual-band architecture, solid signal and lightning fast speeds (up to 175 Gbps) are available in both the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands. The Archer C7 features three detachable external 5dBi antennas to serve the 5GHz band and three internal antennas that serve to 2.4GHz band, reducing co-channel interference. The combination helps users maintain high speeds across greater distances anywhere in a large home or office. To add a little more piece of mind, TP-LINK ships all routers pre-encrypted, so the end user’s network is secure from the moment the router is powered on.
Other standard features include IPv6 support, as well as one gigabit WAN port and four gigabit LAN ports for ultra fast data transfers. Dual multi-functional USB 2.0 ports are also included, which allow users to share printers, along with files and media with different devices throughout a local area network and via an ftp server while away from home. The user can also set up a guest network, providing secure Wi-Fi for guests, without needing the main network’s passcode.
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